This salad is relatively simple to make so is the perfect thing to prep at the start of the week for a few lunches. With the pesto, mozzarella and caramelised pumpkin the flavours pack a punch and make for a satisfying meal.
An easy weeknight dinner with a super simple no cook satay sauce. This tastes great hot or cold and uses raw sweet potato. Yep, raw. Actually all the vegetables are raw (or almost) so it’s super quick to make which is always a win.
A simple and satisfying dinner that can be changed up to suit whatever you’re craving. The sauce is punchy and delicious. Full of flavour from roasting the veg and the texture means it coats the pasta beautifully.
This is a full on, full of flavour, full of texture and full of things kind of salad. That said it’s east to throw together and is one of those salad’s that people actually go back for seconds of even when there’s meat on a table because it tastes so good. Just look at all those colours!
This is such a delicious nourishing flavoursome bowl of goodness. I”m not going to claim it as traditional as the traditional kind definitely usually has meat in it! This version can also be served hot or cold so works well as for dinner or as a lunch t take to work.
This is going to become a new favourite meal for me. It’s so fresh! It can also be eaten hot or cold thus I consider it a trans-seasonal meal ha. That’s a thing. You can also make lots of little adjustments to suit your tastes. Win!
Winter salads are a lunch staple for me. If you didn’t notice by my onslaught of salad posts on the blog at the moment. This one has lovely mellow flavours happening and can be eaten hot or cold. Also it has macadamias and a burnt butter dressing going on. You know that’s going to be good.
These are freakin’ delicious. Like, ridiculous. I almost made myself sick because I couldn’t stop eating them. Could have also been because I licked some of the drizzled chocolate off the board…hmmm. Plus they are gluten free, dairy free and lower in sugar than the cookie they’re impersonating.
I love the mix of soba noodles and vegetable noodles in this salad. The soba noodles are filling and if you use the buckwheat variety, some what nutty, the xoodles are tender and fresh and the carrot noodles (coodles?! nope, probably not) keep their crunchy. They’re all then dressed in the delicious creamy dressing and finished off with more vegetables and that vibrant pesto. Yum.